5 Things You Should Accomplish This Spring

By Itopia Mills, HBCU Buzz Staff Writer 2015 is here! and there are so many great things to look forward to with this upcoming spring semester at our...

Some Tips For Freshmen Heading To College

Going to college can be tough. After high school graduation, prom and you’ve said your goodbyes to teachers it is now time to start a new journey....

5 Reasons Why “I Love Howard” is a Fundraising Game Changer for HBCUs

We launched the I Love Howard Campaign, a grassroots fundraising effort led by a small group of Howard University alumni, in February of this year. As we...

3 Must Pack Items for Spring Break 2016

The Buzz recently posted an article describing 10 different ways you can spend your spring break. Among the suggestions were some of the classics, such as taking a road...

Passing the Torch: 2019 HBCU Grads Offer Advice to Class of 2023

New city, new school, new friends, new life, new start.  Crossing the social, emotional and academic bridge from high school to college...

Is Obama’s Free Community College Plan Good for HBCUs?

Last week President Barack Obama announced a proposal that would make tuition at community colleges free for 'serious' students seeking to better their lives by obtaining an education....

Five Issues Divine Nine Fraternities Must Address in 2015

There was quite some discussion in 2014 about the five issues I felt Divine Nine fraternities should address. As 2015 has rolled in, I realize that one...

What Would Happen If There Were No More HBCU Homecomings?

What would happen if there were no more historically black college or university (HBCU) homecomings. What if there were no more cool and exciting wordplay by Drake and...

5 Fashion Tips for Spring 2015

With the new spring semester the weather is looking frightful! First you have to deal with harsh winters and then a hot spring right before summer break. Sometimes getting...

How To Survive A Group Project In College

Group work is a necessary part of college. Collaborative learning is becoming a central element in the educational system, and many school projects depend on solid team...

5 Ways to Survive at an HBCU

College can be pretty hard to adjust to, especially for freshmen and sophomores. Senior year you should already know the ends and outs and what to expect...

What Rich People Do That Poor People Don’t

One of the things that I am all too familiar with since attending a historically black college or university (HBCU) is what you do today matters! From...

Is Heavy College Debt Burden Still Worth It?

In recent years, college attendance costs have dramatically risen, wages have declined and college graduates have struggled to find jobs. Despite the seemingly bleak outlook, the value of...

5 Things You Need to Know Wednesday in the HBCU Community

1. A “reversal of a generations-long injustice” Central State University, the only public historically black college or university (HBCU) in the state of Ohio, recently achieved land-grant status—allowing...

HBCU Freshmen Bible: 5 Truths About Fraternity Parties

“Party, Party, Party, Let’s All Get Wasted!” I’m sure you’ve heard these lyrics from the newly-released Gucci Mane. Even more, I’m sure as a HBCU freshmen you...

Here’s 10 Ways to Get Ready for Your Freshman Year of College

Use the summer before your freshman year to prepare for college this fall. Here are 10 ways to get ready for campus life. Take Care of Thank You Notes...

5 Tips to Tame Your Temper at Financial Aid Offices #HBCUFreshmanBible

One, two, three, four, five, six people… I’m counting six people currently ahead of me in line for financial aid questions, concerns and issues that needs to...

Morehouse Grad Sets New Fashion Trend

Anthony Moultry is a graduate of Morehouse College in Atlanta, Georgia and has his own collegiate apparel line. Moultry, who has a B.A. degree in Political Science from...

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